Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!, Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari Recommendations
If you enjoy fantasy genre anime with a well structured hero's journey, then you will most likely love both of these shows. Both follow a protagonist who was an outsider in our world, and after an unfortunate series of events, has ended up inside a fantasy world which they must save. Both of these shows absolutely engrossed me with their fantastic world building and relatable main characters.
Main characters are teleported in a fantasy/RPG world.
They have difficulties to find their place in this world.
They are not overpowered when they begin their adventure.
Twice are recent anime with good animation.
KonoSuba is parody of that kind of anime, Tate no Yuusha is a lot more serious.
In both anime titles, the main character teleports to another fantasy world, where it is not sweet for him there, and travels with his friends around this world, and performing various tasks in order to survive, it is difficult for him to find his place in this world ... ...
KonoSuba is more fun and comedic anime, while Tate no yuusha no nariagari is more serious and more interesting to watch. Nevertheless both are good, you will like them, I recommend!
Shield Hero is basically like a darker, more serious version of Konosuba. If you've seen one and thought it was either too light-hearted or to serious, you should check out the other!
These anime are both isekai but have a different approach to the audience. KonoSuba is the comedic version while Rising of the Shield Hero is the serious version. Both anime have an MC who views the whole world as a game but later comes to a realization that they aren't living in a game but rather a whole new world. These anime are filled with a roller coaster of adventures that should entertain and immerse you in their story.
-Both anime have the main character transported to another world that is full of magic and knights
-Both main characters are unhappy that they were transported to this world but meet new friends to add to their parties
-Konosuba takes a more comedic approach to this type of story, while Tate no Yuusha is more serious, with dramatic twists and turns
-Personally, I like Tate no Yuusha more because the side characters arent all annoying like Aqua and Darkness (However if you like that type of character you can definitely find it in the other three cardinal heroes)